The Labour Government of 1964–70

@inproceedings{Hamilton1989TheLG,
  title={The Labour Government of 1964–70},
  author={M. Hamilton},
  year={1989}
}
After thirteen years in opposition the fragile victory of the Labour Party in 1964 seemed to mark a turning point in British politics confirmed by the success of 1966. Wilson’s government seemed symptomatic of a wider and deeper change taking place in British society. The sixties were an optimistic period in Britain. Yet the country and the government were beset by economic problems which remain unresolved. The Labour Party began an electoral decline after 1966 which has not yet been reversed… Expand
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